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Politics of insurance I’m thinking about recent front-page stories informing readers that... More

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Celebrating the season

It’s gratifying to celebrate the success of an event that began with little more than some dreams... More

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Your letters

Many to thank A year ago, Nov. 4, our Frankfort home in The Meadows burned. We want to... More

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Making a sound judgment

Here’s a challenge for you the next time you’re at a large group gathering. Try to pick out the... More

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Why so cagey KSU?

Eli Capilouto points to the privatization of new dorms at the University of Kentucky as one of... More

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Basketball on the brain

People ask why the theft of some Pappy Van Winkle is such a big story. Hey, we’re Kentuckians... More

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Making the grade

I am in the process of reading a wonderful book entitled “What the Best College Teachers Do” and... More

  • By Tim Capps/contributing columnist,
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Open meetings law matters

Next year marks the 40th anniversary of the passage of Kentucky’s Open Meetings Law, which has... More

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Unfair criticism

Anita Dowd has taken unfair criticism for filing a complaint with the Kentucky Human Rights... More

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Your letters

The State Journal encourages readers to submit letters to the editor for publication by noon... More

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Big heart

There are those who are animal lovers and those who are not. Count the late Edna Jean Mason... More

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Day care dilemma

The U.S. Department of Agriculture in April released its annual estimate of what it costs to... More

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Scares scarce

Maybe it is appropriate after the horror we all just experienced in the halls of Congress, but as... More

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Raising cable rates

John Higginbotham can’t lessen the pain to cable subscribers. But the head of cable and... More

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Producing new thinkers

There are two educational theories that have vied for pre-eminence in the last several decades.... More

  • By Robert E. Salyer,
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Failing grade

Now that the debacle in Washington is over, at least long enough for us to get through the... More

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Where’s the money?

It seems as if everyone is looking for money these days — and we’re not talking just about rank... More

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Kicking out the scouts

Agree with them or not, you have to give props to the churches that have told Scouting... More

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Eastern Ky. needs UPike

Nearly two years have passed since the effort to create a state university in eastern Kentucky... More

  • By Greg Stumbo
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Return to the ‘good old days’

Since the American republic opened its doors in 1789, it has experienced 18 government shutdowns.... More

  • By Tim Capps/contributing columnist,
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